I love my iPhone (not necessarily the coverage, but definitely the phone) and I hate logging my glucose data, so I’m always on the lookout for new iPhone apps to help me manage my diabetes. I figure, if I always have my phone close by, surely that will make it easier to stay on top of logging? So when Amy pinged me to have a closer look at a new app called LogFrog, I thought,…Read more »
Attention, please! We’ll be hosting next week’s Grand Rounds blog carnival here at the ‘Mine. This is my third time hosting this awesome weekly forum of the best of medical and health blogging — as submitted by anyone who wants to participate.
For a look-see, check out this week’s edition over at DrPullen.com.
Lots of hosts use themes. It being the 15th of March next Tuesday, we are going for the Ides of March, an…
Last week I was on the East Coast for a few days, in part for a “Healthcare Roundtable” event in Washington, DC, hosted by the Institute of Federal Healthcare. It was all about “putting the patient at the center of the system.” Yada, yada, right?
No less than 27 experts were on hand — everyone from the new director of the Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation from the Veterans Health Administration (who…
It is with great pride and pleasure that we announce today the formal opening of the 2011 DiabetesMine™ Design Challenge, an online competition to encourage creative new tools for improving life with diabetes!
This is our third exciting year having the chance to reward innovation:
Do you have an idea for an innovative new diabetes device or web application? The DiabetesMine™ Design Challenge is your chance to win big, and potentially help transform life with…
March is Women’s History Month, a memorial that’s necessary because traditionally, women never made into history books, despite their indelible impact on so many different fields. Diabetes is no exception! From physicians to actors to scientists to athletes, women have been a huge force in improving the care of diabetes and how people perceive this condition. So today, we’ve chosen to highlight three of those women: Dr. Priscilla White, Eva Saxl and Helen Murray Free. …Read more »